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Innovative models of sustainable eye care

By Ryan Hamilton | Posted 03/09/21

Blindness and vision impairment is impacting people all around the world, and the need for high quality eye care is growing. Sustainable and innovative models of eye care are needed to ensure preventable and treatable blindness doesn’t run rampant, and can be managed effectively.

Here's why The Foundation supports the Uluru Statement From the Heart

By Jaki Adams | Posted 01/09/21

The Fred Hollows Foundation has always supported elevating the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, and our support of the Uluru Statement from the Heart is another example of our commitment to social justice.

Game-changing model to shape the eyeglasses market and strengthen eye health systems in Cambodia

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 01/09/21

Increasing access to eyeglasses for all Cambodians, an innovative project that will shape the market for eyeglasses has been launched in Cambodia by international eye health organisation The Fred Hollows Foundation.

Restoring sight in remote Northern Territory

By Amanda Sheppard | Posted 31/08/21

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples wait 40% longer than other Australians to receive sight-saving surgery. They are also three times more likely to become permanently blind from preventable or treatable causes. The Fred Hollows Foundation is working to close this gap.

Meet Simone Kenmore: Country Manager of the Indigenous Australia Program

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 27/08/21

Simone Kenmore is the Country Manager of the Indigenous Australia Program at The Fred Hollows Foundation. Simone is a proud Yankunytjatjara woman with family connections to the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in South Australia.

6 inspiring Australians who are like Fred Hollows

By Cameron Starkey-Gill | Posted 23/08/21

Professor Fred Hollows was a great Australian who had immense faith in the humanitarian nature of everyday Australians. The Fred Awards recognise the kind of inspiring Australians who would have made Fred proud.

Alina Vision welcomes new Board Member

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 19/08/21

Social enterprise eye health organisation Alina Vision today announced the appointment of Amanda Cranage as its newest Board member.

How to complete a charity challenge: from start to finish

By Tessa Bell | Posted 19/08/21

A charity challenge is not only a fantastic way to raise money for a worthy cause, but it’s also an easy way to step outside your comfort zone and challenge yourself to do something different.

The insider's guide to completing Fred's Big Run

By Tessa Bell | Posted 17/08/21

Taking part in a charity fitness challenge like Fred’s Big Run is a great way to not only to raise money for a worthy cause, but also to stay active and build your endurance. Here’s your guide to completing your Fred’s Big Run successfully and forming a solid fitness regime in the process.

Importance of restoring sight: beyond eye health

By Brandon Ah Tong | Posted 11/08/21

The impact of restoring sight and treating avoidable blindness and vision loss extends beyond eye health. Improving eye health is a human development issue; education, work opportunities, and quality of life are directly related to eye health.

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